If you dream of watching television, then this is about the wisdom that comes from being able to look at life objectively. Consider the television show, the characters, and the scenario that you are watching. This dream could be a message for you to stop being content to live vicariously through other people and to […]
Watching television in a dream may point to a need tp view something that is important for the conscious mind to comptthend. It may also represent leisure time and concerns over what’s new and what’s news. A television may indicate that it is time to “tell a vision” for the future that you have been […]
To dream that you are watching television suggests that you are watching life pass you by. Perhaps you are living vicariously through the actions of others. If you dream that you are playing a role in the TV show (or appearing on the TV news), something from your unconscious is about to be revealed. It […]
(Psychological / emotional perspective) Television, with its many repeats and ‘reality’ programmes, gives a rich source of dream images, from celebrities to fantasy scenarios. Many such images can, with a little thought, be identified as archetypal; football stars, for instance, representing both the hero and the tramp as freedom lover. (Material aspects) Dream images connected […]
TV set: the function of seeing what is going on, or what is the news from within oneself. Watching TV: watching one’s activity, values, politics. Television personality: see famous people.
See media and television
There are some aspects of spiritual learning that require an element of practicality about them. Often this will appear in dreams as a medium such as television. It is as though the dreaming mind requires a recognizable intermediary in order to accept the information.
If you are watching a video or television movie and are able to follow the story, note that the main character in the movie represents yourself. Whatever sort of program you are watching, if you are able to follow it in your dream, it relates to you and your present problems or situation. Relate it […]
Keeping up with what is going on without being present
1. A distinct view of reality, not necessarily real or accurate. 2. Intellectual movement; thoughts and concepts.